Anu Rani A Augustine, Mohammed Siraj. P, Prashanth. K, Shomiya Shaju, Shilpa G.S., Uma Rani J.
Anu Rani A Augustine, Mohammed Siraj. P, Prashanth. K, Shomiya Shaju, Shilpa G.S.* and Uma Rani J.
Department of Child Health Nursing, Yenepoya Nursing College,
Yenepoya University, Derelakatte, Mangalore, 575018, Karnataka
. *Corresponding Author
Volume - 2,
Issue - 2,
Year - 2014
Integrated management of neonatal and child hood illness is very essential for effective management of children during illness. The aim of the study was to determine the effectiveness of teaching programme on knowledge regarding IMNCI among trained nurses. The research design selected for the study was quasi experimental pre test post test design. Thirty Five Trained nurses were considered as sample for the study. Convenience sampling technique was used for sample selection. The instrument used for the study was self administered structured knowledge questionnaire. The planned teaching programme was administered soon after pre-testing. Then the post test was conducted after one week. The findings revealed that the mean post test knowledge score was significantly higher than that of pre test score. The calculated ‘t’ value (11.86) was greater than the table value at 0.05 level significance. The study concluded that teaching programme on IMNCI was effective in imparting knowledge among the trained nurses.
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Anu Rani A Augustine, Mohammed Siraj. P, Prashanth. K, Shomiya Shaju, Shilpa G.S., Uma Rani J. Teaching Programme Promotes Awareness on IMNCI [Integrated Management of Neonatal and Child Hood Illness] Among Trained Nurses. Int. J. Adv. Nur. Management 2(2): April- June, 2014; Page 79-81.